There is a place where the leaves are always turning, and it’s not in New England. It’s in the Hudson Valley of New York State. For many years, people have been coming from all over the world to see the beautiful colors that only autumn can bring. From Albany to Kingston, there are so many things to do and places to go this time of year that you won’t ever want to leave!
Take a Hudson River Sightseeing Cruise and see some of the most spectacular leaves on either side of you as you cruise up and down the Hudson River. These cruises are super popular in the fall so book as soon as possible to be able to enjoy the beauty of the Hudson Valley in the Fall.
Want an awesome place to check out with your friends? Then visit Bannerman Castle! This castle was built by Francis Bannerman VI who was the owner of Bannerman’s military surplus in New York. He built it at the turn of the century to hold all of his weapons. It is on a small island in the Hudson River.
West Point has been training America’s future military leaders for 200+ years and prides itself in its academics, athletics, and a strong sense of duty. If you are looking to see how cadets train or want to tour the grounds this fall is your chance to visit one of America’s oldest military academies!
Minnewaska State Park Preserve is one of the finest destinations for hiking, backpacking, and rock climbing in the country. It was created in 2020 when Gov. Nelson Rockefeller set aside more than 2200 acres for a new park and became known as the “Matterhorn of America.”
Another great place to visit is Mohonk House which has been a destination since 1869. Visitors come from all over the world to enjoy the natural beauty while also enjoying its stunning waterfalls on the property as well as the stunning views.